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Head of Operations
Salary: £37,590 - £51,340 (24-month fixed-term contract)
Location: London, with up to two home working days
Campaign Bootcamp is a charity dedicated to ensuring that people most impacted by injustice are leading campaigns that affect their lives. Our programmes are designed to be accessible to anyone who wants to make change happen. We do this because we want to empower people impacted by injustice to have the tools and skills they need to end it. Our work sees us support individuals develop the skills they need to address some of the biggest issues and challenges in society from housing to fairer treatment of migrants and LGBTQ+ rights.
We have a long standing and developed residential training offer, and we are currently growing our programmes which help support grassroots campaigners. We’ve grown significantly in the last six months and planning further growth.
For us to be able to support and empower people to change the world, we need a Head of Operations who can design, develop and deliver the internal systems, structures, processes and policies to enable our teams to thrive. As a growing organisation with a UK wide workforce, we are constantly trying to develop and implement new and better ways of working.
This is an exciting and challenging role, working closely with the Board, CEO and Leadership Team to deliver on our ambitions with scope to bring your own innovative thinking.
This role leads our operational functions and is a mixture of project management, HR, legal, governance and IT. We do not expect that anyone will be an expert in all of those areas. However, we will expect that you are a generalist with a strategic outlook and have the ability to help us scale and grow.
In order to thrive with us, you will need to be comfortable in situations where complex injustices are being discussed and be excited about being part of an organisation trying to empower those facing injustice. As we are growing, we will also need you to need to be excited about leading and implementing change.
We’re a flexible employer and open to you working up to two days from home. However, we’ll need you to be in our London office regularly and be willing to travel to our other offices in the UK (Birmingham, Coventry, Bradford and Sheffield).
We’re particularly interested to hear from candidates who have faced a form of injustice or discrimination.
For more information about the role and to apply, please visit our website via the application method.
If you would like to have an informal conversation about the role you can contact our advising consultant, Bill Yuksel, at Peridot Partners.